Re: Overlap vs Interlock vs Baseball GripsIt should look something like this:
See how the golfer uses a "short" left thumb.
The only thing I would probably switch about this golfer's left thumb placement is I would have it resting on the side of the shaft...the right side for a right handed golfer. This makes the grip a little stronger, but I think it gives the golfer a bit more control and power. Hogan's grip was considered neutral, but by today's standards it would be probably considered a weak grip. Hogan got away with it because he had such a problem with hooking the ball that once he went to that grip it helped stop the hooks and the rest is history.